Nothing hits the spot better than a fresh, cool glass of water. Still, many people forget to have the recommended amount of water during the day. It can be challenging, especially when dehydration signs are different in winter than during summer. We may spend more time shivering than sweating, but it’s just as important to stay hydrated during this time of the year, and here are a few ways to do just that.
Make it a point to drink the recommended amount of water every day. Drink some with every meal to try and get eight glasses each day. There are even special reusable bottles that you can fill at the start of the day that mark your progress as you drink. Staying hydrated can improve your skin and help increase your energy. It’s essential so that your body stays healthy and strong even during the chilliest of days.
Nothing hits the spot like some lovely tea or hot chocolate. Use purified water to make your favorite warm beverage so you can include them in your daily cold weather intake. Stay cozy and warm with a nice hot mug, perfect for the wintertime.
No matter where you go, make sure to keep water with you. On your bedside table, in your car, or even in your office. Even when going out in the cold, have some water handy. This way, you can keep up with your average intake of water at any time during the day. And as a bonus, the winter air will keep your bottle nice and cold.
Whether it’s city water or well water, our filtration systems will ensure that your drinking water is safe. You won’t have to worry about contamination in your system. Our options include water softeners to remove minerals, neutralizers to balance acidity, prevent damage to pipes and water-based appliances, super-systems, chlorination, and de-chlorination to handle a variety of water issues. Installing one of our systems is the perfect option!
Wells and Filtration
Our Well, Pump and Filtration Division ensures our clients have safe water for drinking, cooking, cleaning, and playing. Keep your system operating at its peak. Call on Summer Rain to test your water and check your well’s flow rate, operation, and recommend improvements.